Idioms and Proverbs 1 (Years 6)

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1. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

I have so many things to do! I'm going to be __________.

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2. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

We can't go out right now. It's ______________.

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3. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

You're finally here! Well, __________!

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4. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Tommy wants to be a policeman, just like his dad. __________!

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5. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Keep speaking and using English and you will get better at it. __________!

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6. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Make sure you eat lots of fruit, because __________.

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7. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Just be careful. Remember to __________.

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8. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Mr Dodds is a great teacher. When he explains something, it is __________.

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9. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Look at Jack's muscles. He is __________.

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10. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Frank is so lazy! He's a real __________.

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11. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Sarah is such a kind person. She has a __________.

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12. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

You need to appreciate the value of money. After all, __________.

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13. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

If something is rare, it happens __________.

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14. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

If we are going to solve this problem, we will have to __________.

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15. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

I thought he would be worried, but he is __________.

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16. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

I helped Jeff when he needed it, because __________.

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17. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

These items are very popular! They are selling __________!

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18. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

I dropped my keys in the car park, but trying to find them is like trying to find __________.

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19. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Peter and Paul are so alike. They're like __________!

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20. Choose the most suitable idiom/proverb.

Please don't tell anyone my secret. Don't __________!

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